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book reviews in favor of plants over foraging insects . . . ." This Carbon Dioxide and Global Change: Earth in concluding paragraph frequently also includes quotes Transition. Sherwood B. Idso 1989, 292 p., $19.95, from cited works that support the desired conclusion paperbound, Institute forBiospherio Research, Inc. as, for example, "plants may be better able to sustain growth under herbivory at elevated C0 levels." This According to this book, we should be happy about basic pattern of presentation is repeated as we read increasing concentrations of carbon dioxide in the that atmospheric carbon dioxide enrichment atmosphere. The dumping of carbon dioxide waste accelerates plant growth rates, reduces plant into the atmosphere may be the best thing we can do transpiration, increases plant water use efficiency, to cure global environmental ailments. The book argues makes good ecosystems expand at the expense of that the climatic effects of increased carbon dioxide bad ecosystems, encourages plants to cooperate concentrations are likely to be small, and that the rather than to compete, improves the soil, enhances enhanced rates of growth of green plants stimulated water resources, increases tissue dry matter, has a by increased carbon dioxide levels will yield benefits favorable effect on root http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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American Meteorological Society
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1520-0477
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10.1175/1520-0477-71.12.1769
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in favor of plants over foraging insects . . . ." This Carbon Dioxide and Global Change: Earth in concluding paragraph frequently also includes quotes Transition. Sherwood B. Idso 1989, 292 p., $19.95, from cited works that support the desired conclusion paperbound, Institute forBiospherio Research, Inc. as, for example, "plants may be better able to sustain growth under herbivory at elevated C0 levels." This According to this book, we should be happy about basic pattern of presentation is repeated as we read increasing concentrations of carbon dioxide in the that atmospheric carbon dioxide enrichment atmosphere. The dumping of carbon dioxide waste accelerates plant growth rates, reduces plant into the atmosphere may be the best thing we can do transpiration, increases plant water use efficiency, to cure global environmental ailments. The book argues makes good ecosystems expand at the expense of that the climatic effects of increased carbon dioxide bad ecosystems, encourages plants to cooperate concentrations are likely to be small, and that the rather than to compete, improves the soil, enhances enhanced rates of growth of green plants stimulated water resources, increases tissue dry matter, has a by increased carbon dioxide levels will yield benefits favorable effect on root

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Bulletin of the American Meteorological SocietyAmerican Meteorological Society

Published: Dec 1, 1990

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